Month: September, 2020

Career Corner: Virtual Hiring
Business

Career Corner: Virtual Hiring

By Angela Copeland During this difficult season, finding a new job feels complicated and often nearly impossible. However, online there are a few options you should check out if you want to make a switch. As usual, you should check for job postings on sites such as LinkedIn and Glassdoor. But you should also look…

L.A. County Allows Malls, Nail Salons and Playgrounds to Reopen
News

L.A. County Allows Malls, Nail Salons and Playgrounds to Reopen

Los Angeles County officials announced Wednesday that nail salons and malls can reopen indoor operations at limited capacity over the next 10 days. Outdoor playgrounds will also be allowed to reopen. Indoor shopping malls will be allowed to reopen at 25% occupancy, but food courts and all common areas are to remain closed. Nail salons…

L.A. County Will Open School Waiver Program for Grades TK-2
Education, News

L.A. County Will Open School Waiver Program for Grades TK-2

After a motion was approved by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) will plan to open the school waiver program for in person instruction for grades TK-2. The program will begin accepting applications in early October for 30 schools per week and prioritize…

L.A. County to Allow Breweries and Wineries to Reopen for Outdoor Service
News

L.A. County to Allow Breweries and Wineries to Reopen for Outdoor Service

Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion authored by Supervisor Janice Hahn and co-authored by Supervisor Kathryn Barger which will allow breweries and wineries to begin outdoor service in one week, in accordance with current state health orders. California has allowed breweries and wineries to reopen for outdoor service if they…

Guide to California’s Propositions on the 2020 Ballot
News

Guide to California’s Propositions on the 2020 Ballot

By Destiny Torres This year’s general election is right around the corner. As Nov. 3 grows nearer, voters must understand everything that will appear on their ballots. There will be a total of 12 propositions for Californians to vote on this year. While it may be difficult to research all of them on one’s own,…

Pac-12 to Resume Football, Basketball & Winter Sports Seasons
Sports

Pac-12 to Resume Football, Basketball & Winter Sports Seasons

The Pac-12 CEO Group announced Thursday that it will resume its football, basketball and winter sport seasons. The football season may commence for teams that have the necessary state and local health approvals on Nov. 6, men’s and women’s basketball on Nov. 25 consistent with the NCAA’s official start date for these sports, and other winter…

Former Pasadena Therapist Pleads to Sexually Abusing Patients
Crime

Former Pasadena Therapist Pleads to Sexually Abusing Patients

A former marriage and family therapist in Pasadena has pleaded no contest to sexually abusing seven patients, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Thursday. Edgar Gustavo Villamarin, 66, of Pasadena entered the plea Wednesday to seven counts of sexual battery by fraud, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Villamarin is…

Pasadena Playhouse Launches PlayhouseLive
Arts & Entertainment

Pasadena Playhouse Launches PlayhouseLive

By May S. Ruiz Theatre saw its early beginnings over two thousand years ago in Athens, Greece when festivals were held in March to honor Dionysus. Today, this art form is staged all year around the globe. And it can be argued that nowhere is it performed more at its magnificence than at the Pasadena Playhouse,…

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